William "Bill" Michael Dartige

May 31, 1962May 4, 2021

William “Bill” Michael Dartige late of Weyburn, Saskatchewan passed away on May 4, 2021 at the age of 58 years.

Bill was predeceased by his father, André Dartige and mother in law, Ruby Olson.

Bill will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 32 ½ years, Brenda Dartige of Weyburn, SK; son, Travis Dartige (Hannah) of Weyburn, SK; mother, Patricia Clements of Wawota, SK; father in law, Maurice (Kathy) Olson of Weyburn, SK; sisters, Marie (Gordon) Clements & Janette (Bill) Bergen; brother, Dale (Laurie) Dartige; brother in law, Brian (Judith) Olson; step sisters, Susan Neufeld (Allen), Audrey Sellars (Joe), Brenda Graves and Sherry Wilson; step brother, Wes (Lonna) Graves and special big brother, Douglas Hotchkiss as well as nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles & friends.

A Private Family Memorial Service will be held on Friday, May 7, 2021 at 2:30 p.m. from Fletcher Funeral Chapel, Weyburn, Saskatchewan with Joanne Foote officiating. Interment will follow in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn, Saskatchewan.

In accordance with Provincial guidelines regarding Covid-19 protocols, we are permitted no more than 30 attendees at the service. To join our livestream service please log in to Fletcher Funeral Chapel & Cremation Services Facebook page just prior to the start time.

Donations in memory of Bill may be made to Heart & Stroke Foundation, Liver Foundation or Kinsmen Telemiracle Foundation.


  • A Private Family Memorial Service

    Friday, May 7, 2021



William "Bill" Michael Dartige

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Ivan and Bun Flick

May 7, 2021

Our Sympathy to Benda,Travis and all Bill’s family .

Karen Mulhall Weiss

May 7, 2021

To Brenda and Travis and Auntie Patsy, Marie, Janet, Dale and all your families. My sincerest sympathy for you in your great loss. The world is a much sadder place without Billie. My memories of Billie begin with him as a young child running across the yard with joy in every step he took. And that is how he went through life, running at it with joy in every step. He was a dedicated husband and a tremendous, loving father. He always had the time to stop and visit with anyone who needed a listening ear. He was very family oriented. I will miss his crazy sense of humour and especially his smile.

David and Berthe Fitzpatrick

May 7, 2021

Dear Brenda and Travis

Our deepest sympathies on the passing of Bill.
The service was very touching and it captured Bill’s spirit to a T .
Billy will be remembered with fondness by all those who knew him
David and Berthe

brenda Kinchen

May 7, 2021

Condolences Brenda and families. Our thoughts are with you at this time.

Michaeleen Smith

May 7, 2021

Brenda and Travis, Auntie Patsy, Marie, Janette, Dale and families:
We were very sorry to hear about Billy. Our hugs and prayers for all of you. We are going to miss him. We didn't see him very often but we always knew he was there. I remember the summers we had together as kids. Billy was the youngest. I can see him now - always on the run with a twinkle in his eyes, making you wonder what he was up to next. As we got older there were family get togethers and many great visits. So many wonderful memories, some so funny. I won't go into any of those stories here for fear of incriminating myself or others and creating fireworks??? Billy, we will miss you and love you forever.
Your cousins: David and Michaeleen, Debbie, George, Dallon, Aaron, and Mason, David, Bev, and Zenon

Suzanne Neufeld

May 7, 2021

Dear Brenda and Travis, Bill was so loved by all of us and will be missed so much. I have so many memories of Bill and the jokes he enjoyed but also the joy he brought to many people. Christmas family gatherings, times spent at the lake with Mom and Maurice are just a few of the memories we all have. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
With love from,
Sue, Allen and Ariel

Cheryl and Darryl Aspholm

May 7, 2021

Brenda, Travis and all the family,
So sorry for your loss
It is difficult to put our feelings into words
Bill was such a great cousin
He always had a joke or story that made you smile and laugh
His laughter was infectious
You always knew where to find Bill in a crowd, just follow the laughter
He had a way that always made you feel special
Many, many wonderful memories
Thinking of you all during this very sad time

Lynne Schmidt (Fitzpatrick)

May 7, 2021

With my deepest sympathies Brenda and Travis, Aunt Patsy, Marie and Gordon, Jannette and Bill, Dale and Laurie. I have such fond memories of Bill from our childhood. He was always happy, laughing, joking and all with that special mischievous twinkle in his eye. He will be dearly missed by all.

Randi Gammack

May 7, 2021

Brenda, Travis, and family,
My thoughts are with you and my heart is heavy. I am grateful that I was able to 'attend' via livestream, if not for such a tragic reason. I was just saying the other day one of my most vivid memories of Bill has to be the time he got me to do something and said he'd give me 5 bucks. I got really excited and did whatever it was, I've since forgotten. I come back into the room all proud and ask him for my 5 bucks, to which he gets down on all fours and says "climb on!" I was so embarrassed that he'd tricked me and he laughed so hard! I thought I'd prank the prankster and snuck Tabasco sauce onto the lip of his next drink. Turns out he was allergic and it wasn't anywhere as funny as I'd hoped. I still fondly remember the back yard and beach volleyball games, cranked tunes, and all around good times. This earth has one less good guy on it.

Take much care,

Audrey Sellars

May 7, 2021

So sorry for your loss Brenda and Travis. Bill was a lot of fun and will be missed. Our sincere condolences